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The pyrotechnics are in full bloom over downtown Cleveland as Indians slugger Albert Belle takes an 8th-inning stroll around the bases after his second home run of the game and 24th of the season. It's Saturday night, August 5, 1995, at spectacular Jacobs Field, and these Indians are hot stuff. They'll whip the White Sox 11-7 this night, go on to decimate the American League's Central Division and participate in post-season play for the first time since 1954. They'll do it with solid pitching and an explosive offense, with long-ballers like Belle, Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, Paul Sorrento, Eddie Murray and Carlos Baerga providing most of the spark. The Tribe's transformation began on April 4, 1994, with the official opening of Jacobs Field. The Cleveland Stadium era is over. So, too, is the need to evoke faded memories when talking about great Indian teams. Original painting was sold at auction...Prints available here. Available in mural sizes
May 6th, 2012
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